In January, the Food and Drug Administration decided that meat and milk from cloned animals is safe to eat. Two experts on different sides of the issue -- a veterinarian whose company produces cloned animals and an advocate for clone-free food -- answered your questions.
Don Coover owns SEK Genetics, a reproductive cattle services company in Galesburg, Kansas that sells semen from cloned high-value breeding bulls. He is a licensed veterinarian.
Jaydee Hanson is a policy analyst at the Center for Food Safety, an advocacy group that opposes the sale of cloned food. He also works for the center's sister agency, the International Center for Technology Assessment (ICTA) where he directs their work on human genetics. Prior to that, he served as The United Methodist Church's staff director of genetics and bioethics issues.
Transcript: FDA's Approval of Cloned Beef for Human Consumption Ignites Debate